10 YEARS LATER: MY BATMAN: ARKHAM ASYLUM STORY

2009 is not a year I look back on fondly. My first job out of university in 2007 was in the telephone customer service industry, and it paid the bills while also allowing me to afford things I never could afford before, but it didn’t take long for me to loathe going to work everyday.…

CELEBRATING THE CANADIAN DEVELOPERS OF COMIC BOOK GAMES ON CANADA’S 150TH BIRHTDAY

Canada, the country in which I call home, is celebrating a milestone birthday today. July 1st, 2017 marks the 150th birthday of the day that the country known as Canada came into existence. Video game fans owe a lot to the country of Canada, for without it and the talented people who live in it,…

BATMAN RETURNS’ VIDEO GAME LEGACY IS PERHAPS MORE INTERESTING THAN THAT OF THE FILMS

Batman Returns, released twenty-five years ago today on June 19th, 1992 was the last Tim Burton directed, Micheal Keaton starring movie before the franchise was torpedoed by Joel Schumacher and eventually rebooted by Christopher Nolan in 2005 with Batman Begins. Though perhaps not remembered as fondly as Burton’s first outing with DC’s iconic character in 1989, it’s…

CELEBRATING FIVE YEARS OF COMIC GAMERS ASSEMBLE.

January 20th, 2012. It was on that date that the first ever article was published on Comics Gamers Assemble: a preview of the public demo for 2K’s The Darkness 2, a follow-up from the 2007 game developed by Starbreeze Studios. Since that time, over 900 articles have been published on this platform, ranging from reviews of games both old…